CABEM Wins Contract for Brownsfield Grant and Inventory Software
CABEM has won a contract from Kansas State University to build, deploy, host and support three (3) Brownsfield Management applications sponsored by the EPA (Environmental Pollution Authority) for public use. The TABEZ application is an online tool that creates, builds and manages Brownfield Assessment and Cleanup Grants, the BIT application will include a desktop Application and Web application that will assist users with inventorying, prioritizing and reporting processes for Brownfield activities. All 3 applications are scheduled for release within one (1) year. Found in every State in the U.S.; Brownfield’s are described by the EPA as “properties, the expansion, redevelopment, or reuse of which may be complicated by the presence or potential presence of a hazardous substance, pollutant, or contaminant” with gas stations and drycleaners being common examples.